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About Eagle Valley news. (Richland, Or.) 191?-1919 | View This Issue
VOLUME 7, NO. 22
FREDERICK R. WILSOIf
Physician and Surgoon
Richland, :-: Oregon
Night 'phono, one long ring on
Day 'phono cnll central office.
W. E. BAIRD
Cn.keu nml Hliiouilnof Alt lite
A1R7 lu Vluck
I'lionu: Two nhorts, Oiin Ion
Baker's Popular Hotel
NEW JVfODERN CLEAN
UnUcr Direct Supervision
of The Owner
Special Itutoa to IVriimiU'iit QucaU
Irvine Lodge No. 86
Knights of Pythias
jflnut fivciry Wixliitjiilnv Ik11 nt Hictr
L'autlo Hall Id liiclilitnil, Ori-on. Visit
ing DrotlitirH mnilo wuleonio,
11. It. MA81'HItSOW, O.O.
0. K.TilOlU', K. of U.AK.
W. R. USHER f
Olllco, Second nml Walnut 8(8.
2 OfiAoltq CIirlHtiau Church 2
All Issues Bought & Sold
Wo pay market price Ies9
small brokerage, Send us"
your bonds by registered
V njnil?, Ve mail check to you
day bonds aro received.
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" KHnU KHALI T UUMf fl T
Lending Insurance' Auoncy
Sommor Bldg., Baker, Or
Horse Raisers, Attention.
t have purchased the grade
Stallion, JOLLY, jjfretl by. tho
pure bred Pcrchoron "Boisjoly"
No. 27604 (4-1004). Hp-is an ex
ceptionally fino nniYnal, dapple
grey; In color, and will stand at
Richland on Mondays and nt
my placo in Dry Gulch district
pn Tuosdnys, Wednesdays and
Thursdays, Terms; $10 to in
suro'colt; $2 afc time of service.
ml H. P. Lumbcrl,
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CEMETERY BENEFIT ,
A gonuino old fashioned box
social will bo given at the Rich
land opera houso on Saturday
evening, April 2(fth, under the
auspices of Eaglo Valley Ceme
tery Association. All ladies are
requested to bring or send in
boxes with supper for two.
Our little cemetery is tho beat
kept of any in Eastern Oregon
but at present there are no' funds
In the treasury to pay the sexton
hence the argent need of every
citizen in this community to help
out this cause. Decoration Day
is near and wo must have our
"city of the dead" In the best of
shapo for that occasion, therefore
lei every family plan on being
represented nt tho opera house
on April 2Gth if you can't come
Bend a check.
$20.00 Bills at lc.
If you could buy $20.00 bills for
a copper cent the opportunity
would mean nothing to you if you
didn't have the cent. Having the
ready cash and the judgment to
use it at the opportune time is
the sure road to wealth. But re
member that it takes both the
judgment and the cash to make a
winning team. Judgment with
out cashes helpless. jCJash with
out judgment la soon scattered.
Start a bank account Begin to
lay aside tin one important thing
cash. As you accumulate it
judgment will come with it. Then
when opportunity knocks you are
safe in opening the door. We in
vite you to open an account with
ad) Eagle Valley State Bank
Two More New Autoists.
Among the lecent purchasers
of automobiles in Eagle Valley
aro Sam Brown and Lloyd Chan
dler who returned to Kiclilnnd
from Baker with their cars last
Friday, W. C. Nay, Chevrolet
distributor in Baker, and H. W;
Trueblood, factory representative
of the Chevrolet Motor Cd. of
California, accompanied the new
owners.to the Valley to look over
the territory and render and ser
vice necessary to thb new Chev
rolet drivers. Tho trip was made
over tho routo without trduble;
however, piloted by. Brown and
Chandler, the mighty , little
"Chevrolet 490" taking thorough
roads and grades with ease and
Tho back page of this issue con
sists of an advertisement for the
Victory .Lldnn, contributed by
Morris Brothers, Inc., of Port
land. Every daily and weekly
nowspapor in Orogon will Rrint
the same advertisement this week
at aft.exponsu to tho firm above
mentioned of about $5,000.
Irvine Lodgo No. 80, K. of P.;
will entertain all returned sailors
and soldiers at. a1 "smoker" to
bo held in tho lodgo rooms tins'
evening. A big turn out Is ex
pected. - Buy fishing tackle nt Saunders
RICHLAND, OREGON. THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1919
THE VICTORY LOAN
The Victory Loan meetings held
in Eagle Valley Sunday afternoon
anil ovening'wero fairly well at
tended. M. J. D. Stevens of
Portland made a sjrpng argument
on why we should purchase bonds
to the jimit of our resources. He
was followed by Gunner Se,tgeant
W. F. Davis, who gavo a brief
account of his experiences. Sgt.
Da is is a member of 43rd Co..
5th Marines, and was anions the
first American troops to, land in
France, and was twice wounded
besides being gassed.
'the Victory Liberty Loan drive
will start next Monday, April 21,
and Eagle Valley will be asked to
subscribe for $22,000 Worth of the
bonds. The soljcitirfg Committee
will be the same as in the last
But little enthusiasm is being
manifested in this community as
regards this loan, the citizens as
a rule laboring under the delusion
that the war is over as far as we
are concerned. But it isn't and
will not be until the treaty of
peace has been signeduntil the
Victory Liberty Loan has been
Back From Alaska; -Pvt
A. Roberts it the "5.4th
Inf., returned to the valley Mon
day, having received honorable
discharge from service, Roberts
was among the first to enlist from
this section, joining in May, '17.
Ho was stationed at Vancouver a
few weeks,, then sent to Fort
Seward( Alaska, and a while later
movtd 600 miles further north to
Ft. Liscdmb, where he remained
until a few weeks ago. He says
that he has seen enough of the
"far north" where the mercury
goes to 52 degrees below zero in
winter time, and that Eagle Val
ley sure looks like Eden to him.
Gill Wright asks to liave the
News sent to Susanville, Calif.
as his parents will locate there
next week, and writes: "Fish
and game are plentiful there. 1
am told that trout weighing three
and foiir pounds como right -out
on the bank after yoUr bait can
ducks and geese are so thick that
it is shady nearly all yearrduqd.','.
Mrs. Mary E. Crosby and three
childron arrived Tuesday from
BakerJ Montana, and will, spend
the fummer visiting relative's in
Eaglo.and Pine valleys;
P. T. Wyattnvas severely hurt
by a fall from n horse yesterday
evening. Further particulars
unobtainable at this writing.
Dr. Mi D. Fleming, dptome
trist, will be at tho Richland Ho
tel on Saturday and Sunday,
May 3rd afid 4th.
Chas. Jilurphyls from Hunting'
ton for a short visit.
Arc You Happy? '
To lq happy you muni ho uoll. ( you
aro (rcqtiuntl. t mil) Id with conbtlpu
lion nnil ImliKOttion you cannot uo alto
uutliur happy. Talto rlinuiburlaln'w Tab
lojij lo.corrjTf. tlii'so dUorilttri. Thoy nre
prompt anil uffvctuul, cmy and plimiaut
10 IrtKO. HUV
Suhdaij April 20th
Delicious Ice Cream and Refreshing Drinks
Served in Up-to-the-Minute Style
RICHLAND DRUG STORE
! New BLACKSMITH SHOP I
PLOW WORK a Specialty
jj Lays maae tor any
guaranteed to run right
All kinds of Tructand Carriage Body Building
Wagon Repairing, Horse Shoeing, and General
Blacksmithing done in workmanlike manner
Fifteen years experience
What you are going to do
during the Hot Weather?
Take a spin in the
HPfiP CfliJiVVlf" contains many -features now in -use
1 11C V-alCVlUlCl ,on cars mnging' in price from $1200
to $7,700: Valve-in-Head Motor, Harrison . Honey .Comb Radiator,
Zenith Carburetor, Warner Gearset, and many others;
Call arid let us show jroii
NAY AUTO CO: ;
Cor, Main and Center Phone 292 BaRei OrCgOU
TUE HORTON MFG. CO., BRISTOL,,. CON'
$2.00 A YEAR
Bro's. Store, Richland j
FOR BUSINESS i
mawe ot plow ana
Your patronage solicited